Keira Dignan is a freelance journalist and librarian based in Athens, Greece
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In-depth: Volunteers Sarah Mardini, Sean Binder, and Nassos Karaktisos are standing trial for helping refugees in distress off the coast of Greece, a move that criminalises humanitarian efforts to aid those fleeing war and persecution.
In-depth: The British home secretary has drafted a bill that, if passed, may make it almost impossible to seek permanent asylum in the UK.
In-depth: A group of lawyers are taking legal action against Frontex over human rights violations, claiming the agency is illegally expelling migrants and asylum seekers from Europe's borders.
In-depth: There are mounting allegations of illegal and violent practices by the EU agency Frontex, suggesting the EU's border system is surviving by violating its own laws.
In-depth: A new law prohibiting NGOs from reporting accounts of abuse in refugee camps is part of a wider crackdown since the New Democracy party came to power.
Golden Dawn rose from obscurity to infamy at the height of Greece's financial crisis, attracting supporters with racist and xenophobic rhetoric.
The fire that destroyed Greece's Moria refugee camp highlights the failure of a political calculus designed to create misery.
In-depth: The Greek government is extending police powers to quell mass protests, a move refugee groups say will limit their ability to mobilise.
New groups are mobilising across Europe to demand an evacuation of refugee camps as the Covid-19 pandemic makes already bad conditions for asylum-seekers untenable.